The Seven Rules Of Success Paperback – 28 Dec 2006
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One of the most dynamic and positive people you will ever meet, and has the talent to make you feel the same way too. (Daily Mail)
The country's top life coach (Daily Mail)
The UK's leading life coach and possibly the most positive person alive (ES magazine)
A confidante to the powerful....people flock to Fiona (Sunday Mirror)
Helps you focus on your goals - and get there fast (Daily Telegraph)
Immensely persuasive and practical (Time Out)
If you truly want to take charge of your life and be happier as a result - read this book (Hazel Courteney)
one of the most "directive" coaches currently working in Britain. (The Observer Magazine)
Top life coach and bestselling author of BE YOUR OWN LIFE COACH, Fiona Harrold, shows just what successful people have in common - and how you can be successful too.See all Product Description
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In seven main chapters, she outlines rules for success, and gives exemplars. The rules are not, in themselves, earth-shattering, but that does not make them easy to apply, at least not consistently. My favourite is "Do more", and the chapter that accompanies it is full of examples and inspirations to do just that.
Fiona Harrold does not use just one definition of success, and is certainly not addicted to money as a marker of all that is worthwhile (one of her examples is Peter Tatchell who, whether you like him or loathe him, has been a phenomenally successful human rights activist, and he lives on just £8000 a year).
There is no doubt that, if you want to make your mark in your own way on your chosen field, this book will inspire you. Like all of Fiona Harrold's books, this is one to dip into again and again.
Altogether excellent, and worth every penny.
There was little new material and lots of comments like 'life is not a dress rehearsal' and 'you are never too old to change your life'. Good enough advice but these are ideas which have been around for decades, possibly centuries.
Another gripe was that it had a self congratulatory tone which I found offputting. Although there were chapters on being generous and inspiring others it often veered into a manual for being selfish.
There were one or two inspirational stories and it was gratifying to see that success was not solely defined my financial gain. Overall though I was really disapointed by this work from someone who has previosuly written such inspiring books.
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Loved it, but then I am an avid follower of Fiona Harrold. Her books are always easy to follow and offer such great advice and as usual very thought provoking.Published on 23 May 2013 by Linzi B